The Liberal Democratic Party’s Shinzo Abe emerged as the big winner in last week’s elections in Japan. But any forecast of the next four years of LDP rule must begin with the question: where exactly does the rhetoric end and the real policy begin?
Murray Hunter examines how the first strike in Singapore since 1986 may be a harbinger of things to come as global labour flows are forced to adapt to new economic realities.
The Geopoliticalmonitor’s Dimitra Karantzeni examines the state of the Greek political landscape after years of austerity and protest, with no end in sight.
The Geopoliticalmonitor’s Marco Scacchi examines what Qatar has to gain from its recent involvement in Gaza.
This backgrounder examines the economic outlook of MIST countries: Mexico, Indonesia, South Korea, and Turkey.
Hadaf Zubi of Geopoliticalmonitor.com examines how small and medium-sized enterprises secure financing in China, asking the question: is government help on the way for China’s entrepreneurs?